A group of lawyers sang national anthem in Supreme Court
A group of lawyers sang national anthem in Supreme Court

On Friday, a group of lawyers sang the national song Vande Mataram in the Supreme Court of the country. They also read the Preamble of the Constitution on the lawn of the court. A few days ago, lawyers including Prashant Bhushan and Kamini Jaiswal read the Preamble of the Constitution to remind people of constitutional values. This step was taken against the backdrop of protests across the country against the recently enacted Citizenship Amendment Act. It is noteworthy that under this law, a provision has been made to give citizenship of India to minorities coming from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

On this matter, the Supreme Court said on Friday that it will hear the petitions filed against the central government's decision to send Rohingya Muslim infiltrators to Myanmar. About 40 thousand Rohingya intruders are living in Jammu, Hyderabad, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi-NCR and Rajasthan.

For your information, let us tell you that the bench of Chief Justice Justices SA Bobde issued notices on some intervention petitions. One of these intervention petitions has been filed by the Special Envoy of the United Nations. It said that the Center's decision to send Rohingyas in large numbers simultaneously is unacceptable under international human rights laws. India should ensure that Rohingya Muslims are treated equally before the law and get equal opportunity to get legal relief.

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